Model No.: 110 grams per square meter Fiberglass Window ScreenType: ScreenMaterial: Fiberglass And PVCKey Words: Fiberglass Window ScreenProduct Name: Fiberglass Window ScreenColor: White,Grey,Black,Blue And EtcApplication: Windows And DoorsPlace Of Origin: Hebei, ChinaFeature: Long LifeStandard Mesh Size: 18x16meshStandard Gross Weight: 120g/m2Weight: 85g,90g,100g,110g,115g 120g 130g 140g 145g,etc
Packaging: by carton Productivity: 10000m2 per dayBrand: HengxinTransportation: Ocean,Land,AirPlace of Origin: Hebei,ChinaSupply Ability: 10000m2 per dayCertificate: ISO 9001
Fiberglass window screen
Fiberglass window screen is widely used on doors or windows to prevent insects and flies. And the characteristics of fiberglass window screen are weathering resistance, corrosion resistance, easy to clean, clear hole stability, brightly-colored, durable, and the price is low, can meet the needs of different environment.
The specification of fiberglass window screen
Material: PVC coated fiberglass
Hole size: 17x15mesh, 18x16mesh, 20x20mesh, 16x16mesh, or at request
Colors: Black, gray, white, blue, green, Charcoal or at request
Weight: 90g, 100g, 110g, 115g, 130g, 350g, etc
Roll Width: 0.5m to 2.8m, any width available at request
Length: 2 feet to 600 feet at request
Fiberglass window screen installation
1. Remove the spline, a round strip of material that sits in a trench all around the screen frame. If necessary, use a screwdriver to pry the spline out. Set the spline aside, but do not discard it. If you are replacing an old screen in the same frame, remove and discard the old screen fabric.
2. Lay the new screen fabric flat over the frame so that it extends past the spline trench by at least 1/2 inch (preferably more) on all sides. Cut the fabric so that it extends no more than around 1 inch past the trench on all sides. Cut the corners off of the fabric at 45-degree angles so that the screen fabric covers the spline trench completely, but the corners of the frame extend past the fabric.
3. Push the screen fabric into the spline trench all around the frame using the convex-edged wheel of a spline roller. Gently stretch the screen fabric as you work so that the fabric is taut in the frame. Go around the entire frame several times, until the fabric is taut and pushed fully down into the trench.
4. Press the spline back into the trench over the screen fabric using the concave-edged wheel of the spline roller. Stretch the spline as you go so that it reaches all the way around the frame; leave as little gap between the spline's ends as possible. Go around the entire frame two or three times until the spline is fully pushed down into the trench.
5. Hold the frame vertically and inspect it to make sure the screen fabric is completely taut within, there are no gaps where the screen did not reach the trench and that the fabric is not so taut as to warp the screen frame. If any of these are the case, remove the spline and start again at step 2.